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United Artists
United Artists Corporation
United Artists Pictures, Inc.
United Artists Films, Inc.
United Artists Entertainment, LLC
United Artists Productions Finance, LLC.
Type film studio
Founded February 5, 1919 (original date)
November 2, 2006 (relaunch)

<tr><th style="text-align:right; padding-right:0.75em;">Founder</th><td>Mary Pickford
Charlie Chaplin
Douglas Fairbanks
D. W. Griffith</td></tr>

Headquarters

MGM Tower, Century City, California

Key People
Area Served
Industry

<tr><th style="text-align:right; padding-right:0.75em;">Industry</th><td>film, music</td></tr>

Products

<tr><th style="text-align:right; padding-right:0.75em;">Products</th><td>motion picture</td></tr>

Revenue
Operating income
Net income
Number of Employees
Parent

<tr><th style="text-align:right; padding-right:0.75em;">Parent</th><td>independent company (1918-1967)
Transamerica (1967-1981)
MGM (1981-present)</td></tr>

Divisions
Subsidiaries
Owner

<tr><th style="text-align:right; padding-right:0.75em;">Owner</th><td>MGM, in turn owned by MGM Holdings www.mgm.com</td></tr>

Company Slogan
Homepage

<tr><th style="text-align:right; padding-right:0.75em;">Website</th><td>www.unitedartists.com</td></tr>

Dissolved
Footnotes

This is a partial list of feature films originally produced, released and/or distributed by United Artists.

1910sEdit

Film Title Release Date
Broken Blossoms May 13, 1919
His Majesty, the American September 1, 1919
When the Clouds Roll by December 28, 1919

1920sEdit

Film Title Release Date
Polyanna

[N 1] || January 18, 1920

Suds

[N 1] || January 27, 1920

Down on the Farm April 25, 1920
Romance May 16, 1920
The Mollycoddle June 13, 1920
The Love Flower August 22, 1920
Way Down East September 3, 1920
The Mark of Zorro December 5, 1920
The Love Light

[N 1] || January 9, 1921

The Nut March 6, 1921
Dream Street April 12, 1921
Through the Back Door

[N 1] || May 5, 1921

Disraeli August 21, 1921
The Three Musketeers August 28, 1921
Little Lord Fauntleroy

[N 1] || September 15, 1921

J'accuse October 9, 1921
The Iron Trail October 30, 1921
Orphans of the Storm December 28, 1921
The Ruling Passion January 22, 1922
A Doll's House February 12, 1922
Fair Lady March 19, 1922
The Glorious Adventure April 23, 1922
A Tailor-Made Man August 1922
The Three Must-Get-Theres August 27, 1922
The Man Who Played God October 1, 1922
One Exciting Night October 2, 1922
Robin Hood October 18, 1922
Tess of the Storm Country

[N 1] || November 12, 1922

The Girl I Loved February 15, 1923
The Shriek of Araby March 5, 1923
The White Rose May 21, 1923
Rosita

[N 1] || September 3, 1923

A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

[N 2] || October 1, 1923

America February 21, 1924
The Thief of Bagdad March 23, 1924
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall

[N 1] || May 25, 1924

Isn't Life Wonderful December 5, 1924
The Salvation Hunters February 15, 1925
Waking Up the Town

[N 1] || April 14, 1925

Don Q, Son of Zorro June 15, 1925
The Gold Rush

[N 3][N 2] || June 26, 1925

Wild Justice July 6, 1925
Sally of the Sawdust August 2, 1925
Little Annie Rooney

[N 1] || October 18, 1925

The Eagle November 8, 1925
Stella Dallas

[N 4] || November 16, 1925

Tumbleweeds December 27, 1925
A Woman of the Sea 1926
Partners Again February 15, 1926
The Black Pirate March 8, 1926
The Bat March 14, 1926
The Unknown Soldier May 30, 1926
The Son of the Sheik September 5, 1926
Sparrows September 19, 1926
Charley's Aunt October 3, 1924
The Winning of Barbara Worth October 14, 1926
The Night of Love
The General February 5, 1927
The Love of Sunya March 11, 1927
The Beloved Rogue March 12, 1927
Resurrection March 19, 1927
Topsy and Eva July 24, 1927
College September 10, 1927
The Magic Flame September 18, 1927
Two Arabian Nights September 23, 1927
My Best Girl October 31, 1927
The Devil Dancer November 3, 1927
The Gaucho November 21, 1927
Sorrell and Son December 2, 1927
The Dove December 31, 1927
The Circus

[N 2] || January 6, 1928

Sadie Thompson January 7, 1928
Drums of Love January 24, 1928
The Garden of Eden February 4, 1928
Two Lovers March 23, 1928
Ramona May 14, 1928
Steamboat Bill Jr. May 20, 1928
Tempest May 27, 1928
The Woman Disputed September 1928
Revenge October 1928
The Battle of the Sexes October 12, 1928
The Awakening November 17, 1928
The Rescue January 12, 1929
Lady of the Pavements January 22, 1929
The Iron Mask February 21, 1929
Coquette April 6, 1929
Alibi April 20, 1929 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Bulldog Drummond[N 4] May 2, 1929
Eternal Love May 11, 1929
The Three Passions June 1, 1929
She Goes to War June 8, 1929
This Is Heaven June 22, 1929
Evangeline August 24, 1929
Three Live Ghosts September 15, 1929
Overture of 1812 October 5, 1929
Vénus October 12, 1929
Condemned November 3, 1929
The Trespasser November 11, 1929
The Locked Door November 16, 1929
The Taming of the Shrew

[N 1] || November 30, 1929

Irish Fantasy December 14, 1929
New York Nights December 28, 1929

1930sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes
Lummox January 18, 1930
Be Yourself! February 8, 1930
Puttin' on the Ritz March 1, 1930
Hell Harbor March 15, 1930
The Bad One May 3, 1930
One Romantic Night May 3, 1930
Raffles July 24, 1930
The Eyes of the World August 30, 1930
What a Widow! September 13, 1930
Whoopee! October 5, 1930
Du Barry, Woman of Passion October 11, 1930
Abraham Lincoln

[N 3] || November 8, 1930

The Bat Whispers November 13, 1930
Hell's Angels

[N 5] || November 15, 1930

The Lottery Bride November 28, 1930
The Devil to Pay! December 20, 1930
Reaching for the Moon December 20, 1930
One Heavenly Night January 14, 1931
City Lights

[N 2] || January 30, 1931

Kiki

[N 1] || March 14, 1931

The Front Page April 4, 1931 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Indiscreet May 16, 1931
Street Scene September 5, 1931
Palmy Days October 3, 1931
The Age for Love October 17, 1931
The Unholy Garden October 28, 1931
Corsair November 28, 1931
The Struggle December 10, 1931
Around the World with Douglas Fairbanks December 12, 1931
Tonight or Never December 17, 1931
Arrowsmith December 26, 1931 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Cock of the Air January 23, 1932
The Greeks Had a Word for Them February 13, 1932
Sky Devils March 12, 1932
Scarface

[N 5] || April 9, 1932

The Silver Lining April 16, 1932
Der Kongress tanzt April 25, 1932
The Congress Dances May 11, 1932
White Zombie August 4, 1932
Mr. Robinson Crusoe August 19, 1932
Rain

[N 3] || October 12, 1932

Magic Night November 2, 1932
The Kid from Spain November 17, 1932
Cynara December 24, 1932
Matinee Idol 1933
Hallelujah, I'm a Bum February 3, 1933
Perfect Understanding March 11, 1933
Secrets March 16, 1933
I Cover the Waterfront May 19, 1933
Samarang June 28, 1933
Bitter Sweet August 25, 1933
The Masquerade September 3, 1933
The Private Life of Henry VIII

[N 3] || September 21, 1933 || distribution only; produced by London Films Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

The Emperor Jones September 29, 1933
The Bowery

[N 6] || October 7, 1933 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Broadway Through a Keyhole

[N 6] || November 2, 1933 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Blood Money

[N 6] || November 17, 1933 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Advice to the Lovelorn

[N 6] || December 1, 1933 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Roman Scandals December 29, 1933
Gallant Lady January 5, 1934
Moulin Rouge January 19, 1934
Palooka January 26, 1934
Nana February 1, 1934
The Rise of Catherine the Great February 9, 1934
Looking for Trouble

[N 6] || March 29, 1934 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

The House of Rothschild

[N 6] || April 7, 1934 || Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

The Last Gentleman

[N 6] || April 28, 1934 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Born to Be Bad

[N 6] || May 18, 1934 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Sorrell and Son May 29, 1934
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back

[N 6] || August 15, 1934 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

The Affairs of Cellini

[N 6] || August 24, 1934 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

The Count of Monte Cristo September 7, 1934
Our Daily Bread October 2, 1934
We Live Again November 1, 1934
Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round November 2, 1934
Kid Millions November 10, 1934
The Private Life of Don Juan November 30, 1934
The Queen's Affair December 21, 1934
Adventures of Don Quixote December 23, 1934
The Mighty Barnum

[N 6] || December 23, 1934 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Clive of India

[N 6] || January 25, 1935 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Folies Bergere de Paris

[N 6] || February 22, 1935 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

The Scarlet Pimpernel February 7, 1935
The Wedding Night March 8, 1935
Les Misérables

[N 6] || April 20, 1935 || Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only, produced by 20th Century Pictures

Cardinal Richelieu

[N 6] || April 28, 1935 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

Let 'em Have It May 17, 1935
Escape Me Never May 24, 1935
Nell Gwyn June 19, 1935
Sanders of the River June 26, 1935
The Call of the Wild

[N 6] || August 9, 1935 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

The Dark Angel September 8, 1935
Red Salute September 12, 1935
Barbary Coast October 13, 1935
The Melody Lingers On November 7, 1935
Splendor November 22, 1935
Mimi January 9, 1936
Strike Me Pink January 24, 1936
The Ghost Goes West February 7, 1936
Modern Times

[N 2] || February 25, 1936

These Three March 18, 1936
Little Lord Fauntleroy

[N 3] || April 2, 1936 || distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

Things to Come April 17, 1936
Folies-Bergere

[N 6] || April 17, 1936 || distribution only; produced by 20th Century Pictures

The Amateur Gentleman April 27, 1936
One Rainy Afternoon

[N 1] || May 13, 1936

Moscow Nights July 1, 1936
The Last of the Mohicans September 2, 1936
Dodsworth

[N 4] || September 23, 1936 || distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

The Gay Desperado

[N 1] || October 2, 1936

Come and Get It November 6, 1936
The Garden of Allah

[N 7] || November 19, 1936 || distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

Accused December 17, 1936
Rembrandt December 25, 1936
Beloved Enemy December 25, 1936
As You Like It January 8, 1937
Men Are Not Gods January 18, 1937
You Only Live Once January 29, 1937
The Man Who Could Work Miracles February 19, 1937
Storm in a Teacup February 25, 1937
Fire Over England March 5, 1937
History Is Made at Night March 5, 1937
Elephant Boy April 5, 1937
A Night of Terror April 18, 1937
A Star Is Born

[N 3] || April 27, 1937 || Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

Woman Chases Man May 7, 1937
Dreaming Lips May 19, 1937
When Thief Meets Thief June 14, 1937
Dark Journey July 2, 1937
Knight Without Armor July 23, 1937
Stella Dallas

[N 4] || August 6, 1937

Dead End August 27, 1937 distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Prisoner of Zenda

[N 8] || September 3, 1937 || distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

Stand-In October 29, 1937
The Hurricane

[N 4] || November 9, 1937

Murder on Diamond Row November 11, 1937
52nd Street November 19, 1937
Nothing Sacred

[N 3] || November 25, 1937 || distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

Action for Slander January 14, 1938
I Met My Love Again January 14, 1938
The Divorce of Lady X January 15, 1938
The Goldwyn Follies

[N 4] || February 4, 1938

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

[N 7] || February 11, 1938 || distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

Gaiety Girls March 18, 1938
Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel April 10, 1938
The Adventures of Marco Polo April 15, 1938
Troopship April 25, 1938
Moonlight Sonata May 9, 1938
Blockade June 17, 1938
South Riding August 1, 1938
Algiers August 5, 1938
Vogues of 1938 August 7, 1938
Dreamers of Glory September 9, 1938
The Drum September 29, 1938
There Goes My Heart October 14, 1938
The Lady Vanishes November 1, 1938
The Young in Heart

[N 7] || November 3, 1938 || distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

The Cowboy and the Lady November 17, 1938
Trade Winds December 28, 1938
The Duke of West Point December 29, 1938
World Windows 1939
Topper Takes a Trip January 12, 1939
Made for Each Other February 10, 1939 distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
King of the Turf February 17, 1939
Stagecoach March 2, 1939
Wuthering Heights

[N 4] || April 7, 1939 || distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Prison Without Bars April 9, 1939
Zenobia April 21, 1939
Captain Fury May 26, 1939
The Man in the Iron Mask July 13, 1939
Winter Carnival July 28, 1939
The Four Feathers August 3, 1939
They Shall Have Music August 18, 1939
Intermezzo September 22, 1939 distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
The Real Glory September 29, 1939
Eternally Yours October 7, 1939
The Housekeeper's Daughter October 26, 1939
Slightly Honorable December 22, 1939
Raffles December 29, 1939
Of Mice and Men December 30, 1939 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

1940sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes
The Lion Has Wings January 19, 1940
A Chump at Oxford February 16, 1940
The House Across the Bay March 1, 1940
My Son, My Son! March 22, 1940
Over the Moon March 29, 1940
One Million B.C. April 5, 1940
Saps at Sea May 3, 1940
Turnabout May 17, 1940
Conquest of the Air May 20, 1940
Our Town May 24, 1940 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Rebecca

[N 7] || April 12, 1940 || Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

South of Pago Pago July 19, 1940
Captain Caution August 9, 1940
Foreign Correspondent August 16, 1940 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Kit Carson August 30, 1940
Pastor Hall September 13, 1940
The Westerner September 20, 1940
The Long Voyage Home November 11, 1940 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Contraband November 29, 1940
The Thief of Bagdad December 25, 1940 distributor
The Son of Monte Cristo January 10, 1941
Road Show February 18, 1941
Cheers for Miss Bishop February 21, 1941
So Ends Our Night February 27, 1941
The Great Dictator

[N 2] || March 7, 1941 || Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Topper Returns March 21, 1941
Pot o' Gold April 3, 1941
That Uncertain Feeling April 20, 1941
That Hamilton Woman April 30, 1941
Major Barbara May 14, 1941
Broadway Limited June 13, 1941
Kukan June 23, 1941
Sailors Three July 4, 1941
New Wine September 10, 1941
Tanks a Million September 12, 1941
Lydia September 25, 1941
International Lady October 16, 1941
Niagara Falls October 17, 1941
Sundown October 31, 1941
All-American Co-Ed October 31, 1941
Miss Polly November 14, 1941
The Corsican Brothers November 28, 1941
Fiesta November 28, 1941
The Shanghai Gesture December 25, 1941
Hay Foot January 2, 1942
Brooklyn Orchid January 31, 1942
Pimpernel Smith February 12, 1942
To Be or Not to Be March 6, 1942 distribution only; produced by London Films
Jungle Book April 3, 1942
A Gentleman After Dark April 16, 1942
Twin Beds April 30, 1942
Flying with Music May 22, 1942
Ships with Wings May 23, 1942
Miss Annie Rooney May 29, 1942
Friendly Enemies June 21, 1942
One of Our Aircraft Is Missing October 16, 1942
Undercover Man October 23, 1942
The Moon and Sixpence October 27, 1942
I Married a Witch October 30, 1942
Silver Queen November 13, 1942
Fall In November 20, 1942
Jacare November 27, 1942
American Empire December 11, 1942
Lost Canyon December 18, 1942
In Which We Serve December 23, 1942 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Two Mugs from Brooklyn December 31, 1942
The Powers Girl January 15, 1943
The Crystal Ball January 22, 1943
Calaboose January 29, 1943
Young and Willing February 5, 1943
The Outlaw February 5, 1943
Hoppy Serves a Writ March 12, 1943
Border Patrol April 2, 1943
Hangmen Also Die! April 15, 1943
Taxi, Mister April 16, 1943
Lady of Burlesque May 1, 1943
Buckskin Frontier May 14, 1943
Prairie Chickens May 21, 1943
Leather Burners May 28, 1943
Colt Comrades June 18, 1943
Stage Door Canteen June 24, 1943
Yanks Ahoy June 29, 1943
The Foreman Went to France July 11, 1943
Victory Through Air Power [N 9] July 17, 1943 distribution only; produced by Walt Disney Productions
Hi Diddle Diddle August 2, 1943
Johnny Come Lately September 3, 1943
The Kansan September 10, 1943
Bar 20 October 1, 1943
False Colors November 5, 1943
Riders of the Deadline December 3, 1943
Jack London December 24, 1943
Three Russian Girls December 30, 1943
The Woman of the Town December 31, 1943
Texas Masquerade February 8, 1944
The Bridge of San Luis Rey February 11, 1944
Voice in the Wind March 3, 1944
Knickerbocker Holiday March 17, 1944
Up in Mabel's Room April 7, 1944
Lumberjack April 28, 1944
It Happened Tomorrow May 28, 1944
Mystery Man May 31, 1944
Song of the Open Road June 21, 1944
Forty Thieves June 23, 1944
Sensations of 1945 June 30, 1944
The Hairy Ape July 2, 1944
Summer Storm July 14, 1944
Since You Went Away July 20, 1944 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
Abroad with Two Yanks August 4, 1944
Dark Waters November 21, 1944
Three Is a Family November 23, 1944
Guest in the House December 8, 1944
Tomorrow, the World December 29, 1944
I'll Be Seeing You January 5, 1945 distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
Mr. Emmanuel January 6, 1945
Delightfully Dangerous March 31, 1945
Brewster's Millions April 7, 1945
It's in the Bag! April 21, 1945
Blood on the Sun April 26, 1945
The Southerner April 30, 1945
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp May 4, 1945
The Great John L. May 25, 1945
Bedside Manner June 22, 1945
The Story of G.I. Joe July 13, 1945
Guest Wife July 27, 1945
Blithe Spirit October 3, 1945
Love on the Dole October 12, 1945
Paris Underground October 17, 1945
Spellbound

[N 7] || October 31, 1945 || Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures

The Way to the Stars November 15, 1945
Captain Kidd November 22, 1945
Abilene Town January 11, 1946
Whistle Stop January 25, 1946
The Diary of a Chambermaid February 15, 1946
Breakfast in Hollywood February 26, 1946
Young Widow March 4, 1946
A Night in Casablanca

[N 10] || May 10, 1946

Henry V June 17, 1946 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; distribution only.
A Scandal in Paris July 19, 1946
Mr. Ace August 2, 1946
The Bachelor's Daughters September 6, 1946
Caesar and Cleopatra September 6, 1946
Angel on My Shoulder September 20, 1946
Little Iodine

[N 1] || October 20, 1946

The Strange Woman October 25, 1946
The Devil's Playground November 15, 1946
The Chase November 16, 1946
Susie Steps Out

[N 1] || December 13, 1946

Abie's Irish Rose December 27, 1946
Fool's Gold January 31, 1947
The Fabulous Dorseys February 21, 1947
Carnegie Hall February 28, 1947
The Red House March 16, 1947
Unexpected Guest March 28, 1947
The Sin of Harold Diddlebock April 4, 1947
Monsieur Verdoux

[N 2] || April 11, 1947

New Orleans April 18, 1947
The Macomber Affair April 20, 1947
The Private Affairs of Bel Ami April 25, 1947
Ramrod May 2, 1947
The Adventures of Don Coyote

[N 1] || May 9, 1947

The Other Love May 14, 1947
Fun on a Week-End May 15, 1947
Dishonored Lady May 16, 1947
Dangerous Venture May 23, 1947
Copacabana

[N 11] || May 30, 1947

Stork Bites Man

[N 1] || June 21, 1947

The Marauders July 1, 1947
Hoppy's Holiday July 18, 1947
Curley August 23, 1947
The Hal Roach Comedy Carnival August 29, 1947
The Fabulous Joe August 29, 1947
The Roosevelt Story August 30, 1947
Lured September 5, 1947
Heaven Only Knows September 12, 1947
Christmas Eve October 31, 1947
Body and Soul

[N 11] || November 9, 1947

Intrigue December 6, 1947
The Paradine Case December 31, 1947
Fanny by Gaslight January 1948
High Fury November 19, 1948
Fanny by Gaslight January 1948
On Our Merry Way February 3, 1948
Arch of Triumph February 17, 1948
Sleep, My Love

[N 11] || February 18, 1948

The Angry God March 14, 1948
Here Comes Trouble March 15, 1948
Silent Conflict March 19, 1948
Who Killed Doc Robbin April 9, 1948
The Dead Don't Dream April 30, 1948
Sinister Journey June 11, 1948
So This Is New York June 1948
Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven July 16, 1948
The Vicious Circle July 21, 1948
Borrowed Trouble July 23, 1948
Four Faces West August 3, 1948
Pitfall August 24, 1948
The Time of Your Life September 3, 1948
False Paradise September 10, 1948
Red River September 17, 1948
Urubu September 24, 1948
Strangle Gamble October 8, 1948
An Innocent Affair October 15, 1948
My Dear Secretary November 5, 1948
High Fury November 19, 1948
The Valiant Hombre December 15, 1948
Siren of Atlantis January 1949
Cover Up February 25, 1949
Jigsaw March 11, 1949
Impact March 20, 1949
Champion April 9, 1949
The Crooked Way April 22, 1949
Outpost in Morocco May 2, 1949
Home of the Brave May 12, 1949
The Gay Amigo May 13, 1949
The Lucky Stiff May 26, 1949
Africa Screams

[N 3] || May 27, 1949

The Daring Caballero June 14, 1949
Too Late for Tears August 13, 1949
Black Magic August 19, 1949
Red Light September 30, 1949
Under the Sun of Rome October 5, 1949
Satan's Cradle October 7, 1949
Without Honor October 26, 1949
Just a Big Simple Life October 26, 1949
The Big Wheel November 4, 1949
The Great Dan Patch November 8, 1949
Johnny Holiday November 18, 1949
A Kiss for Corliss November 25, 1949
Mrs. Mike December 23, 1949

1950sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes
Davy Crockett, Indian Scout January 6, 1950
Gun Crazy

[N 12] || January 20, 1950 ||

The Girl from San Lorenzo February 24, 1950
Love Happy

[N 11] || March 3, 1950 ||

Tehran March 10, 1950
The Great Plane Robbery March 10, 1950
Quicksand March 24, 1950
D.O.A.

[N 3] || April 30, 1950 ||

Johnny One-Eye May 5, 1950
Champagne for Caesar May 11, 1950
So Young, So Bad May 20, 1950
The Iroquois Trail June 16, 1950
If This Be Sin June 30, 1950
The Second Woman July 7, 1950
Once a Thief July 7, 1950
The Men July 20, 1950
The Underworld Story July 26, 1950
The Admiral Was a Lady August 4, 1950
The Kangaroo Kid October 22, 1950
Cyrano de Bergerac

[N 3] || November 16, 1950 ||

The Sound of Fury December 12, 1950
Cloudburst 1951
They Were Not Divided February 8, 1951
Three Husbands March 8, 1951
So Long at the Fair March 29, 1951
The Scarf April 6, 1951
Circle of Danger April 17, 1951
When I Grow Up April 20, 1951
The First Legion April 27, 1951
The Man from Planet X April 27, 1951
Skipalong Rosenbloom April 30, 1951
The Long Dark Hall May 9, 1951
New Mexico May 18, 1951
Four in a Jeep June 11, 1951
The Man with My Face June 14, 1951
He Ran All the Way June 19, 1951
Three Steps North June 28, 1951
The Prowler July 1, 1951
The Hoodlum July 5, 1951
Queen for a Day July 7, 1951
Oliver Twist July 30, 1951 First released in the United Kingdom in 1948.
Two Gals and a Guy July 1951 Produced by Weisner Brothers for Eagle-Lion Films.
Pardon My French August 10, 1951
St. Benny the Dip August 24, 1951
Wicked City September 5, 1951
Gold Raiders September 9, 1951
The Well September 10, 1951
The River September 10, 1951
Mr. Peek-a-Boo September 18, 1951
Mister Drake's Duck September 21, 1951
Fort Defiance October 9, 1951
Tom Brown's Schooldays November 2, 1951
The Big Night November 13, 1951
Scrooge

[N 13] || December 2, 1951 || US Distribution only

Hotel Sahara December 31, 1951
Chicago Calling 1952
Another Man's Poison January 6, 1952
The Lady Says No January 6, 1952
A Tale of Five Cities January 15, 1952
The Green Glove January 31, 1952
The Late Edwina Black February 5, 1952
Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory February 8, 1952
The African Queen

[N 14] || February 20, 1952 || distributor

One Big Affair February 22, 1952
Royal Journey February 28, 1952
Mutiny March 19, 1952
The Captive City March 26, 1952
Strange World March 28, 1952
Without Warning! May 8, 1952
Red Planet Mars May 15, 1952
The Fighter May 23, 1952
Confidence Girl June 20, 1952
Actor's and Sin July 18, 1952
High Noon

[N 11] || July 30, 1952 || Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Saturday Island August 4, 1952
Park Row August 12, 1952
Untamed Women September 12, 1952
The Ring September 26, 1952
The Thief October 15, 1952
Limelight

[N 2] || October 23, 1952 ||

Kansas City Confidential November 11, 1952
Bwana Devil November 30, 1952
Monsoon November 1952
Outpost in Malaya December 4, 1952
Babes in Bagdad December 7, 1952
Moulin Rouge December 23, 1952 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Genghis Khan 1953
The Twonky 1953
The Gay Adventure January 1, 1953
Guerilla Girl January 23, 1953
Fanciulle di lusso January 30, 1953
The Magnetic Monster February 18, 1953
The Bandits of Corsica February 27, 1953
Son of the Renegade March 27, 1953
Venetian Bird April 22, 1953
Mahatma Gandhi: 20th Century Prophet April 28, 1953
That Man from Tangier May 8, 1953
Rough Shoot May 15, 1953
Phantom from Space May 15, 1953
Raiders from the Seven Seas May 27, 1953
The Neanderthal Man June 19, 1953
The Marshal's Daughter June 26, 1953
The Moon Is Blue

[N 15] || July 8, 1953 ||

Return to Paradise July 10, 1953
Fort Algiers July 15, 1953
Volcano July 20, 1953
London Town July 22, 1953
Gun Belt July 24, 1953
No Escape July 31, 1953
Vice Squad July 31, 1953
Melba August 7, 1953
I, the Jury August 14, 1953
War Paint August 28, 1953
Sabre Jet September 4, 1953
Captain Scarlett September 12, 1953
The Joe Louis Story September 18, 1953
The Fake September 25, 1953
Donovan's Brain September 30, 1953
Mantrap October 2, 1953
99 River Street October 3, 1953
The Steel Lady October 9, 1953
The Village October 23, 1953
The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan October 27, 1953
Stranger on the Prowl November 9, 1953
Shark River November 13, 1953
The Man Between November 18, 1953
Captain John Smith and Pocahontas November 20, 1953
Song of the Land November 27, 1953
Yesterday and Today December 2, 1953
The Conquest of Everest December 9, 1953
Wicked Woman December 9, 1953
Die Jungfrau auf dem Dach December 16, 1953
Act of Love December 17, 1953
The White Orchid 1954
Before I Wake 1954
Riders to the Stars January 14, 1954
Personal Affair January 15, 1954
Go, Man, Go! January 27, 1954
Beachhead February 5, 1954
Dragon's Gold February 10, 1954
Top Banana February 22, 1954
Overland Pacific February 27, 1954
The Scarlet Spear March 1, 1954
South of Algiers March 1, 1954
A Queen's World Tour March 2, 1954
A Queen's Royal Your March 2, 1954
Heidi March 3, 1954
Beat the Devil

[N 3] || March 12, 1954 ||

Southwest Passage April 1, 1954
Witness to Murder April 15, 1954
The Lone Gun April 25, 1954
Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl May 20, 1954
The Long Wait May 26, 1954
The Yellow Tomahawk May 1954
Challenge the Wild June 4, 1954
Gog June 5, 1954
Hobson's Choice June 14, 1954
The Million Pound Note June 18, 1954
Return to Treasure Island June 30, 1954
The Lawless Riders July 1, 1954
Apache July 9, 1954
The Diamond Wizard July 28, 1954
Crossed Swords July 28, 1954
Victory at Sea August 2, 1954
Adventures of Robinson Crusoe August 5, 1954
Malta Story August 5, 1954
Shield for Murder August 27, 1954
The Little Kidnappers September 1, 1954
Down Three Dark Streets September 2, 1954
Khyber Patrol September 4, 1954
Jesse James' Women September 4, 1954
The Barefoot Contessa September 29, 1954
Operation Manhunt October 4, 1954
Sitting Bull October 6, 1954
Suddenly

[N 3] || October 7, 1954 ||

The Golden Mistress October 29, 1954
You Know What Sailors Are November 4, 1954
Beautiful Stranger November 5, 1954
The Snow Creature November 1954
Romeo and Juliet December 21, 1954
Vera Cruz December 25, 1954
Black Tuesday December 31, 1954
The Steel Cage December 1954
Man in Demand 1955
Battle Taxi January 1955
The Beachcomber January 15, 1955
Sabaka February 2, 1955
Big House, U.S.A. March 3, 1955
Stranger on Horseback March 23, 1955
The Purple Plain April 10, 1955
Marty April 11, 1955 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
A Bullet for Joey April 15, 1955
Kiss Me Deadly May 18, 1955
Robbers' Roost May 30, 1955
Top of the World May 1955
The Big Bluff June 5, 1955
Summertime June 21, 1955 distributor
Not as a Stranger June 28, 1955
The Sea Shall Not Have Them June 1955
Albert R.N. June 1955
The Kentuckian July 22, 1955
The Man Who Loved Redheads July 25, 1955
Othello

[N 10] || September 12, 1955 || distributor

The Night of the Hunter September 29, 1955
The Naked Street September 30, 1955
Killer's Kiss October 1, 1955
Fort Yuma October 4, 1955
The Big Knife October 25, 1955
King's Rhapsody October 26, 1955
Gentlemen Marry Brunettes October 29, 1955
Man with the Gun November 5, 1955
Desert Sands November 18, 1955
The Good Die Young November 29, 1955
Heidi and Peter December 12, 1955
The Man with the Golden Arm

[N 3] || December 14, 1955 ||

Storm Fear December 16, 1955
The Indian Fighter December 21, 1955
Top Gun December 1955
Aan 1956
The Tiger and the Flame 1956
Let's Make Up 1956
The Extra Day 1956
Three Bad Sisters January 1956
Time Table February 8, 1956
Manfish February 1956
The Killer Is Loose March 2, 1956
Crime Against Joe March 21, 1956
Patterns March 27, 1956
Alexander the Great March 28, 1956
Ghost Town March 1956
Comanche March 1956
Star of India April 27, 1956
The Broken Star April 1956
Unidentified Flying Objects: The True Story of Flying Saucers May 3, 1956
Nightmare May 11, 1956
Trapeze May 30, 1956
Quincannon, Frontier Scout May 1956
The Killing June 6, 1956
A Kiss Before Dying June 12, 1956
The Black Sleep June 1956
The Quatermass Xperiment June 1956
Foreign Intrigue July 12, 1956
The Ambassador's Daughter July 26, 1956
Run for the Sun July 30, 1956
Rebel in Town July 30, 1956
Johnny Concho July 1956
Huk! August 9, 1956
The Boss August 22, 1956
The Beast of Hollow Mountain August 1956
Gun Brothers September 15, 1956
Bandido September 1956
Flight to Hong Kong October 8, 1956
Attack October 17, 1956
Around the World in 80 Days

[N 12] || October 17, 1956 || Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Man from Del Rio October 30, 1956
Running Target November 1, 1956
Hot Cars November 2, 1956
Emergency Hospital November 2, 1956
Gun the Man Down November 15, 1956
The Sharkfighters November 1956
The Peacemaker November 1956
The Wild Party December 21, 1956
The King and Four Queens December 21, 1956
Dance With Me, Henry December 22, 1956
The Brass Legend December 1956
Son of a Stranger 1957
Drango January 1957
Four Boys and a Gun January 1957
The Halliday Brand January 1957
Crime of Passion January 9, 1957
5 Steps to Danger January 30, 1957
Tomahawk Trail February 1, 1957
Voodoo Island February 1957
Pharaoh's Curse February 1957
The Delinquents March 1, 1957
The Big Boodle March 11, 1957
Hit and Run March 15, 1957
Men in War March 19, 1957
War Drums March 21, 1957
The Big Caper March 28, 1957
Revolt at Fort Laramie March 1957
The Bachelor Party April 10, 1957
12 Angry Men April 13, 1957 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Fury at Showdown April 19, 1957
The Ride Back April 29, 1957
The Iron Sheriff April 1957
The Crooked Sky April 1957
Gun Duel in Durango May 1, 1957
Spring Reunion May 4, 1957
Saint Joan

[N 15] || May 8, 1957 ||

Monkey on My Back May 29, 1957
Bailout at 43,000 May 1957
Sweet Smell of Success June 27, 1957
The Vampire June 1957
The Monster That Challenged the World June 1957
Bayou June 1957
The Pride and the Passion July 10, 1957
Trooper Hook July 12, 1957
Jungle Heat July 22, 1957
The Buckskin Lady July 1957
Outlaw's Son July 1957
Hidden Fear July 1957
Bop Girl Goes Calypso July 1957
Valerie August 1, 1957
Chicago Confidential August 30, 1957
The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown August 1957
My Gun Is Quick August 1957
Lady of Vengeance August 1957
The Careless Years September 2, 1957
Satchmo the Great September 8, 1957
The Girl in Black Stockings September 24, 1957
Street of Sinners September 1957
Gunsight Ridge September 1957
Quatermass 2 September 1957
The Monte Carlo Story October 9, 1957
Time Limit October 23, 1957
Hell Bound October 1957
Ride Out for Revenge November 1, 1957
Baby Face Nelson December 11, 1957
Legend of the Lost December 17, 1957
Paths of Glory December 25, 1957
The Dalton Girls December 1957
Man on the Prowl December 1957
Lonelyhearts 1958
The Betrayal 1958
Cross-Up January 1958
Gun Fever January 1958
Fort Bowie February 1, 1958
Witness for the Prosecution February 6, 1958 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Quiet American February 8, 1958
Lost Lagoon February 1958
The Steel Bayonet February 1958
Run Silent, Run Deep March 27, 1958
The Flame Barrier April 2, 1958
The Return of Dracula April 1958
Paris Holiday May 9, 1958
Thunder Road May 10, 1958
The Toughest Gun in Tombstone May 14, 1958
Fort Massacre May 14, 1958
Island Women May 1958
Edge of Fury May 1958
The Vikings June 28, 1958
Kings Go Forth June 28, 1958
The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold June 1958
Wink of an Eye June 1958
La Parisienne July 30, 1958
I Bury the Living July 1958
God's Little Acre August 13, 1958
It! The Terror from Beyond Space August 1958
Curse of the Faceless Man August 1958
The Defiant Ones September 27, 1958 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Gun Runners September 1958
Terror in a Texas Town September 1958
Man of the West October 1, 1958
Cop Hater October 1, 1958
The Big Country October 1, 1958
Ten Days to Tulara October 29, 1958
The Fearmakers October 1958
Hong Kong Confidential October 1958
Face in the Night October 1958
The Horse's Mouth November 11, 1958
I Want to Live! November 18, 1958
The Mugger November 1958
China Doll December 3, 1958
Separate Tables December 18, 1958 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Lost Missile December 1958
Machete December 1958
Crash Drive 1959
Mark of the Phoenix 1959
Anna Lucasta January 14, 1959
Escort West January 23, 1959
Guns, Girls, and Gangsters January 1959
Operation Murder January 1959
The Last Mile February 18, 1959
Mustang! March 15, 1959
Alias Jesse James March 20, 1959
Some Like It Hot March 29, 1959
Riot in Juvenile Prison April 1959
Invisible Invaders May 15, 1959
Pork Chop Hill May 29, 1959
The Gunfight at Dodge City May 1959
The Man in the Net June 10, 1959
The Naked Maja June 10, 1959
The Horse Soldiers June 12, 1959
The Vikings June 28, 1959
The Hound of the Baskervilles July 3, 1959
A Hole in the Head July 15, 1959
Ten Seconds to Hell July 17, 1959
Shake Hands with the Devil June 24, 1959
The Rabbit Trap June 1959
Day of the Outlaw July 1959
The Devil's Disciple August 20, 1959
Cry Tough August 1959
The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery

[N 3] || September 10, 1959 ||

Cast a Long Shadow September 1959
Inside the Mafia September 1959
Odds Against Tomorrow October 15, 1959
The Wonderful Country October 21, 1959
Pier 5, Havana October 1959
Counterplot October 1959
Happy Anniversary November 10, 1959
The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake November 13, 1959
Timbuktu November 22, 1959
Subway in the Sky November 1959
The Fugitive Kind December 1, 1959
Take a Giant Step December 1, 1959
On The Beach December 17, 1959
A Dog's Best Friend December 20, 1959
Solomon and Sheba December 25, 1959

1960sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes
And Quiet Flows the Don January 1, 1960
Gunfighters of Abilene January 1, 1960
The Pusher February 1960
Vice Raid February 1960
Oklahoma Territory March 1960
Three Came to Kill March 1960
The Unforgiven April 6, 1960
The Boy and the Pirates April 13, 1960
Noose for a Gunman May 1, 1960
The Apartment June 15, 1960 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Gallant Hours June 22, 1960
The Trials of Oscar Wilde June 27, 1960
Macumba Love June 1960
The Music Box Kid June 1960
Elmer Gantry July 7, 1960 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Last Days of Pompeii July 17, 1960
Inherit the Wind July 21, 1960
Cage of Evil July 1960
Studs Lonigan September 1960
The Magnificent Seven October 23, 1960
The Alamo October 24, 1960 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Walking Target October 1960
The Facts of Life November 14, 1960
A Terrible Beauty December 14, 1960
Exodus December 15, 1960
Five Guns to Tombstone January 7, 1961
The Misfits February 1, 1961
Frontier Uprising February 1961
The Police Dog Story February 1961
Hoodlum Priest March 26, 1961
Operation Bottleneck April 8, 1961
The Snake Woman April 26, 1961
Minotaur, the Wild Beast of Crete April 1961
Gun Fight May 1, 1961
The Gambler Wore a Gun May 5, 1961
The Young Savages May 24, 1961
The Last Time I Saw Archie May 27, 1961
A Matter of Morals May 31, 1961
When the Clock Strikes June 10, 1961
The Naked Edge June 28, 1961
Three on a Spree June 28, 1961
Goodbye Again June 29, 1961
Revolt of the Slaves June 1961
Fate of a Man July 18, 1961
By Love Possessed July 19, 1961
Mary Had a Little... July 25, 1961
The Cat Burglar July 1961
You Have to Run Fast July 1961
The Young Doctors August 23, 1961
Teenage Millionaire August 1961
Paris Blues September 27, 1961
The Flight That Disappeared September 1961
Secret of Deep Harbor September 1961
Town Without Pity October 10, 1961
West Side Story October 18, 1961 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Boy Who Caught a Crook October 1961
The Explosive Generation October 1961
Gun Street November 5, 1961
One, Two, Three December 15, 1961
Summer of the Seventeenth Doll December 16, 1961
The Children's Hour December 19, 1961
Judgment at Nuremberg December 19, 1961 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Happy Thieves December 20, 1961
X-15 December 22, 1961
Something Wild December 23, 1961
Pocketful of Miracles December 25, 1961
The Clown and the Kid December 27, 1961
Court Martial 1962
The Nun and the Sergeant January 1962
Sergeants 3 February 10, 1962
The Deadly Duo February 1962
Saintly Sinners February 1962
Follow That Dream April 11, 1962
Ursus April 11, 1962
Jessica April 19, 1962
The Magic Sword

[N 3] || April 1962 ||

Geronimo May 1, 1962
Doctor Blood's Coffin May 15, 1962
Incident in an Alley May 16, 1962
The Road to Hong Kong May 22, 1962
War Hunt May 1962
Jack the Giant Killer June 13, 1962
The Valiant June 13, 1962
Animas Trujano June 25, 1962
Birdman of Alcatraz July 3, 1962
The Miracle Worker July 28, 1962
Kid Galahad August 29, 1962
Hero's Island September 16, 1962
Sword of the Conqueror September 1962
The Manchurian Candidate October 24, 1962
Eyes Without a Face October 24, 1962
Tower of London October 24, 1962
The Vampire and the Ballerina October 31, 1962
Two for the Seesaw November 24, 1962
Electra December 1, 1962
Pressure Point December 2, 1962
Beauty and the Beast December 8, 1962
Taras Bulba December 19, 1962
Great Van Robbery 1963
So Evil, So Young 1963
A Child Is Waiting February 13, 1963
Amazons of Rome March 6, 1963
Diary of a Madman March 6, 1963
Five Miles to Midnight March 20, 1963
Love Is a Ball April 24, 1963
Dr. No May 8, 1963 distributor
I Could Go On Singing May 15, 1963
Irma la Douce June 5, 1963
Call Me Bwana June 14, 1963
The Great Escape July 4, 1963
Toys in the Attic July 31, 1963
The Caretakers August 21, 1963
My Son, the Hero September 18, 1963
Twice-Told Tales September 1963
Lilies of the Field October 1, 1963 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Johnny Cool October 2, 1963
Stolen Hours October 2, 1963
Tom Jones October 6, 1963 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World November 7, 1963 in Ultra Panavision
McLintock!

[N 3] || November 13, 1963 ||

The Ceremony December 18, 1963
Kings of the Sun December 18, 1963
Ladybug Ladybug December 23, 1963
One Man's Way February 26, 1964
The World of Henry Orient March 19, 1964
The Pink Panther March 20, 1964
Flight from Ashiya March 25, 1964
The Best Man April 5, 1964
From Russia with Love May 27, 1964 distributor
That Man from Rio June 8, 1964
A Shot in the Dark June 23, 1964
633 Squadron June 24, 1964
For Those Who Think Young June 1964
A Hard Day's Night

[N 16] || August 11, 1964 || distributor

The 7th Dawn September 2, 1964
The Secret Invasion September 16, 1964
Topkapi September 17, 1964
Woman of Straw September 30, 1964
Invitation to a Gunfighter October 14, 1964
Four Days in November November 21, 1964
Kiss Me, Stupid December 22, 1964
Goldfinger January 9, 1965 distributor
How to Murder Your Wife January 26, 1965
The Greatest Story Ever Told February 15, 1965
Ferry Cross the Mersey February 19, 1965
The Train March 7, 1965
The Satan Bug April 14, 1965
Masquerade April 28, 1965
Mister Moses May 12, 1965
I'll Take Sweden June 18, 1965
What's New Pussycat? June 22, 1965
The Hallelujah Trail June 23, 1965
The Glory Guys July 7, 1965
Help!

[N 17] || August 25, 1965 ||

Billie September 15, 1965
A Rage to Live October 20, 1965
Return from the Ashes November 16, 1965
A Thousand Clowns December 13, 1965 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Viva Maria! December 18, 1965 distributor
Thunderball December 22, 1965 distributor
Lord Love a Duck February 21, 1966
The Group March 4, 1966
Hamlet March 15, 1966
Cast a Giant Shadow March 30, 1966
Frankie and Johnny March 31, 1966
Up to His Ears May 17, 1966
The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming May 25, 1966 distributor; nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title May 1966
Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! June 8, 1966
Duel at Diablo June 15, 1966
Khartoum June 15, 1966
Namu, the Killer Whale August 1, 1966
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? August 31, 1966
Ambush Bay September 14, 1966
Hawaii October 10, 1966
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum October 16, 1966
The Fortune Cookie October 19, 1966
Return of the Seven October 19, 1966
10:30 P.M. Summer October 24, 1966
After the Fox December 15, 1966
A Fistful of Dollars January 18, 1967 distributor
Marat/Sade February 22, 1967
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying March 9, 1967
Persona March 16, 1967
Finders Keepers March 1967
Eight on the Lam April 26, 1967
For a Few Dollars More

[N 18] || May 10, 1967 || distributor

The Honey Pot May 22, 1967
The Way West May 24, 1967
You Only Live Twice June 13, 1967 distributor
The Whisperers July 31, 1967
In the Heat of the Night August 2, 1967 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Beach Red August 3, 1967
Track of Thunder September 15, 1967
How I Won the War October 23, 1967
Hour of the Gun November 1, 1967
The Hills Run Red November 10, 1967
Matchless November 10, 1967
O.K. Connery November 22, 1967
Clambake December 4, 1967
Kill a Dragon December 6, 1967
Navajo Joe December 6, 1967
Live for Life December 18, 1967 distributor
Billion Dollar Brain December 20, 1967
Fitzwilly December 20, 1967
The Graduate

[N 19] || December 22, 1967 || distribution in international countries; Embassy Pictures distributed the film in the US

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

[N 18] || December 29, 1967 || distributor

The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz January 3, 1968
Danger Route February 14, 1968
The Scalphunters April 2, 1968
The Party April 4, 1968
Hour of the Gun April 9, 1968
Yours, Mine and Ours April 24, 1968 co-production with Desilu Productions
The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell May 8, 1968
The Devil's Brigade May 15, 1968
Attack on the Iron Coast June 5, 1968
The Thomas Crown Affair June 19, 1968
Inspector Clouseau July 19, 1968
Thunderbirds Are Go July 1968
Hang 'Em High August 3, 1968
Salt and Pepper September 18, 1968
Shock Troops September 1968
The Ugly Ones September 1968
The Charge of the Light Brigade October 11, 1968
Paper Lion October 23, 1968
Yellow Submarine

[N 17] || November 13, 1968 || distributor

Thunderbird 6 November 20, 1968
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang December 18, 1968 distributor
The Night They Raided Minsky's December 22, 1968
Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell December 1968
More Dead Than Alive January 15, 1969
Play Dirty February 19, 1969
A Twist of Sand February 21, 1969
Support Your Local Sheriff! March 26, 1969
Sam Whiskey April 1, 1969
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium April 24, 1969
Hannibal Brooks April 30, 1969
Impasse May 7, 1969 distributor
Sinful Davey May 7, 1969
Where It's At May 7, 1969
Popi' May 27, 1969
The First Time June 11, 1969
Death Rides a Horse June 25, 1969
Guns of the Magnificent Seven July 30, 1969
Midnight Cowboy July 30, 1969 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Thousand Plane Raid July 1969
Alice's Restaurant August 20, 1969
Number One August 21, 1969
The Bridge at Remagen August 27, 1969
Submarine X-1 August 1969
The Bed-Sitting Room September 28, 1969
Some Kind of a Nut October 1, 1969
The File of the Golden Goose October 2, 1969
Young Billy Young October 15, 1969
Battle of Britain October 24, 1969
The Secret of Santa Vittoria October 29, 1969
Crossplot November 25, 1969
The Sex of Angels December 2, 1969
Gaily, Gaily December 16, 1969
On Her Majesty's Secret Service December 18, 1969 distributor
The Happy Ending December 21, 1969
Three December 23, 1969
Out of It December 1969

1970sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
What Do You Say to a Naked Lady? February 18, 1970
The Mercenary

[N 18] || March 6, 1970 ||

Fellini Satyricon

[N 18] || March 11, 1970 ||

Love Is a Funny Thing March 16, 1970
Hell Boats March 20, 1970
Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You March 25, 1970
Women in Love March 25, 1970
Mississippi Mermaid April 10, 1970
Halls of Anger April 29, 1970
The Last Escape May 6, 1970
Leo the Last May 11, 1970
Let It Be

[N 17] || May 13, 1970 ||

The Landlord May 20, 1970
Cotton Comes to Harlem May 27, 1970
The Way We Live Now May 27, 1970
The Passion of Anna May 28, 1970
One More Time May 1970
The Hawaiians June 17, 1970
The Christine Jorgensen Story June 1970
Mosquito Squadron July 1, 1970
They Call Me MISTER Tibbs! July 10, 1970
The Revolutionary July 15, 1970
The Angel Levine July 28, 1970
Pound August 17, 1970
A Quiet Place in the Country

[N 18] || August 28, 1970 ||

Sabata

[N 18] || September 2, 1970 ||

Barquero September 3, 1970
Hornets' Nest September 9, 1970
The Wild Child September 11, 1970
Kes September 13, 1970 distributor
Pieces of Dreams September 23, 1970
Give Her the Moon October 2, 1970
Ned Kelly October 7, 1970
Underground October 7, 1970
Burn! October 21, 1970
The McKenzie Break October 28, 1970
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes October 29, 1970
Cannon for Cordoba October 1970
A.k.a. Cassius Clay November 3, 1970
Where's Poppa? November 10, 1970
Dougal and the Blue Cat 1970 US distributor only
The Music Lovers January 24, 1971
The Bridge in the Jungle January 1971
Some Girls Do February 10, 1971
Cold Turkey February 19, 1971
The World of Hans Christian Andersen March 1, 1971
Valdez Is Coming April 9, 1971
Bananas April 28, 1971
Mrs. Pollifax-Spy May 12, 1971
Support Your Local Gunfighter May 26, 1971
That Splendid November June 18, 1971
The Crook June 20, 1971
What's the Matter with Helen? June 30, 1971
The Hunting Party July 16, 1971
Von Richthofen and Brown July 28, 1971
Doc August 1, 1971
Lawman August 4, 1971
Sunday Bloody Sunday September 8, 1971
Adiós, Sabata

[N 18] || September 22, 1971 ||

The Organization October 20, 1971
Fiddler On The Roof November 3, 1971 Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
200 Motels November 10, 1971
Jennifer on My Mind November 10, 1971
Born to Win December 1, 1971
The Decameron

[N 18] || December 12, 1971 ||

The Hospital December 14, 1971
Diamonds Are Forever December 17, 1971 distributor
The Visitors February 2, 1972
The Honkers May 17, 1972
Chato's Land May 25, 1972
Lady Liberty June 7, 1972
Duck, You Sucker! June 30, 1972
Fuzz July 14, 1972
The Magnificent Seven Ride! August 1, 1972
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) August 6, 1972
Return of Sabata August 9, 1972
Money Talks August 30, 1972
Hammer September 20, 1972
Hickey & Boggs October 4, 1972
Roma October 15, 1972
Superbeast November 1, 1972
Daughters of Satan November 17, 1972
The Mechanic November 17, 1972
Pulp November 1972
Man of La Mancha December 11, 1972
Avanti! December 17, 1972
Across 110th Street December 19, 1972
The Outside Man January 1973
Last Tango in Paris February 7, 1973
Lady Caroline Lamb February 11, 1973
The Long Goodbye March 7, 1973
Tom Sawyer March 15, 1973
Theatre of Blood April 5, 1973
Scorpio April 19, 1973
The Offence May 11, 1973
Live and Let Die June 27, 1973 distributor
Jeremy August 1, 1973
White Lightning August 8, 1973
Cops and Robbers August 17, 1973
Electra Glide in Blue August 19, 1973
The Spook Who Sat by the Door September 21, 1973
Harry in Your Pocket September 23, 1973
I Escaped from Devil's Island September 1973
Five on the Black Hand Side October 25, 1973
Sleeper December 17, 1973
Visit to a Chief's Son 1974
Thieves Like Us February 11, 1974
Busting February 27, 1974
Billy Two Hats March 20, 1974
Man of the East May 1, 1974
The Spikes Gang May 1, 1974 distributor
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot May 23, 1974
Huckleberry Finn May 24, 1974
Where the Lilies Bloom June 7, 1974
Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall June 13, 1974
Mr. Majestyk July 17, 1974
Bank Shot July 31, 1974
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia August 14, 1974
Amazing Grace August 30, 1974
Juggernaut September 25, 1974
The Taking of Pelham 123 October 2, 1974 distributor
Mixed Company October 18, 1974
Lenny November 10, 1974 Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Man with the Golden Gun December 20, 1974 distributor
Report to the Commissioner February 5, 1975
Rancho Deluxe March 14, 1975
Rosebud March 24, 1975
Brannigan March 26, 1975
The Manchu Eagle Murder Caper Mystery March 1975
Sharks' Treasure April 1975
Moonrunners May 14, 1975
The Return of the Pink Panther

[N 20] || May 21, 1975 || co-production with ITC Entertainment

Love and Death June 10, 1975
Rollerball June 25, 1975
That's the Way of the World June 1975
Smile July 9, 1975
The Wilby Conspiracy July 30, 1975
92 in the Shade August 29, 1975
Shhh October 10, 1975
Soft Beds, Hard Battles October 22, 1975
The Heroes November 12, 1975
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

[N 21] || November 21, 1975 || Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture

Bugs Bunny: Superstar

[N 12] || December 19, 1975 || distribution only; produced by Hare-Raising Films

The Killer Elite December 19, 1975
Inserts February 13, 1976
Stay Hungry April 23, 1976
It's Showtime April 1976
Breakheart Pass May 5, 1976
The Missouri Breaks May 19, 1976
Trackdown May 20, 1976
Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson June 24, 1976
Drum July 30, 1976
The Return of a Man Called Horse August 4, 1976
Gator August 25, 1976
From Noon till Three August 1976
Vigilante Force September 9, 1976
Burnt Offerings October 18, 1976
Carrie November 3, 1976
Network

[N 22] || November 27, 1976 || co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture

Rocky December 3, 1976 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Bound for Glory December 5, 1976 Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Pink Panther Strikes Again December 17, 1976
The Voyage January 1977
Welcome to L.A. March 10, 1977
Karate Bullfighter March 1977
Audrey Rose April 6, 1977
Annie Hall April 20, 1977 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Solid Gold Show May 5, 1977
The White Buffalo May 1977
A Bridge Too Far June 15, 1977
New York, New York June 21, 1977
The Spy Who Loved Me August 3, 1977 distributor
Salo, or the 120 days of Sodom October 3, 1977 distributor
Valentino October 5, 1977
Equus October 16, 1977
Novecento (1900) November 4, 1977 distribution only in Australia and France, co-production with Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox
Semi-Tough November 18, 1977
Another Man, Another Chance November 23, 1977
Golden Rendezvous 1978
Coming Home February 15, 1978 Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
Three Warriors February 1978
The Big Sleep

[N 23] || March 13, 1978 || distributor

F.I.S.T. April 13, 1978
The Last Waltz April 26, 1978
The End May 10, 1978
Convoy

[N 24] || June 28, 1978 || co-production with EMI Films

Revenge of the Pink Panther July 19, 1978
Interiors August 2, 1978
Who'll Stop the Rain August 2, 1978
Comes a Horseman October 25, 1978
Message from Space October 30, 1978
Slow Dancing in the Big City November 8, 1978
The Lord of the Rings

[N 21] || November 15, 1978 || distributor

The Adventures of Gerard December 6, 1978
Uncle Joe Shannon December 17, 1978
Invasion of the Body Snatchers December 20, 1978
The First Great Train Robbery February 2, 1979
The Passage March 9, 1979
Hair March 14, 1979
La Cage aux Folles March 30, 1979
Fedora April 15, 1979 distribution only
Manhattan April 25, 1979
Last Embrace May 4, 1979
Rocky II June 15, 1979
Moonraker June 29, 1979 distributor
Crime Busters June 1979
Wanda Nevada June 1979
Americathon

[N 12] || August 10, 1979 ||

Apocalypse Now

[N 25] || August 15, 1979 || distribution only, produced by American Zoetrope; Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture

Yanks September 19, 1979 distribution in international countries; Universal Pictures distributed the film in the US
The Black Stallion October 17, 1979
Chilly Scenes of Winter October 19, 1979 Also known as Head Over Heels
The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh

[N 12] || November 6, 1979 || distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions

Rich Kids November 8, 1979
The Human Factor December 18, 1979
Being There

[N 12] || December 19, 1979 || distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions

Cuba December 21, 1979
Roller Boogie December 21, 1979

1980sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
Windows January 18, 1980
Cruising

[N 12] || February 15, 1980 || distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions

Foxes February 29, 1980
A Small Circle of Friends March 12, 1980
The Canterbury Tales

[N 18] || March 30, 1980 || distributor

Leo and Loree April 1980 distributor
Happy Birthday, Gemini May 2, 1980
The Long Riders May 16, 1980 distributor
Carny

[N 12] || May 23, 1980 || distributor

Roadie June 13, 1980 distributor
The Big Red One

[N 12] || July 18, 1980 || distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions

Arabian Nights July 27, 1980
The Final Countdown

[N 26] || August 1, 1980 ||

Those Lips, Those Eyes August 15, 1980 distributor
Stardust Memories September 26, 1980
Motel Hell October 18, 1980 distributor
The Idolmaker November 14, 1980 distributor
Heaven's Gate November 19, 1980
Raging Bull December 19, 1980 Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
Invaders from the Deep 1981 distributor
The Dogs of War February 13, 1981 distributor
La Cage aux Folles II February 15, 1981 distributor
Cutter's Way March 20, 1981
Thief March 27, 1981
Caveman April 17, 1981 distributor
For Your Eyes Only June 26, 1981 distributor
Eye of the Needle July 24, 1981 distributor
Deadly Blessing

[N 5] || August 14, 1981 || distributor only; co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment.

The French Lieutenant's Woman September 18, 1981
True Confessions September 25, 1981 distributor
Galaxy of Terror October 1981 distributor
The Beast Within February 12, 1982
Penitentiary II April 2, 1982 distributor
National Lampoon's Movie Madness April 23, 1982 distributor
Pandemonium April 1982
The House Where Evil Dwells May 14, 1982
Rocky III May 28, 1982
Safari 3000 May 1982 distributor
The Secret of NIMH July 2, 1982
Jinxed! October 22, 1982
Still of the Night November 19, 1982
Trail of the Pink Panther December 17, 1982
Twilight Time February 13, 1983
The Black Stallion Returns March 25, 1983
Exposed April 22, 1983
WarGames June 3, 1983
Octopussy June 10, 1983
The North Star June 12, 1983 distributor
Curse of the Pink Panther August 12, 1983
Romantic Comedy October 7, 1983
Streamers October 9, 1983
Yentl December 9, 1983
The Plague Dogs December 17, 1983 distribution only, produced by Nepenthe Productions
Hot Dog... The Movie January 13, 1984
The Pope of Greenwich Village June 22, 1984
Red Dawn August 10, 1984
Until September September 21, 1984
Teachers October 5, 1984
Garbo Talks October 12, 1984
Martin's Day February 22, 1985
The Aviator March 1, 1985
A View to a Kill May 24, 1985 distributor
To Live and Die in L.A. November 1, 1985
Rocky IV November 27, 1985
Youngblood January 31, 1986
The Living Daylights July 31, 1987
Real Men September 25, 1987
You Talkin' to Me? September 25, 1987
Baby Boom October 7, 1987
Born to Race January 29, 1988 distributor
Bright Lights, Big City April 1, 1988
Illegally Yours May 13, 1988
Rikki and Pete May 20, 1988 distributor
It Takes Two July 13, 1988 distributor
Betrayed August 26, 1988
Pumpkinhead October 14, 1988 distributor
Child's Play November 9, 1988
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka December 14, 1988
Rain Man December 16, 1988 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Horror Show April 28, 1989 distributor
Buying Time May 12, 1989
Night Visitor May 12, 1989 distributor
The Rachel Papers May 12, 1989
Season of Fear May 12, 1989 distributor
Road House May 19, 1989
Licence to Kill July 14, 1989 distributor
Little Monsters August 25, 1989
The Runnin' Kind September 8, 1989 distributor
True Love September 15, 1989
Damned River October 13, 1989 distributor
All Dogs Go to Heaven November 17, 1989 US distribution only; co-production with Goldcrest Films and Sullivan Bluth Studios and Rank Organisation
Always December 22, 1989 co-production with Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment

1990sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
Lisa April 20, 1990
Rocky V November 16, 1990
Son of the Pink Panther August 27, 1993
Sleep with Me September 23, 1994
The Fantasticks 1995
Tank Girl March 31, 1995
Rob Roy April 7, 1995
Lord of Illusions August 25, 1995
Hackers September 15, 1995
Showgirls September 22, 1995 co-production with Carolco Pictures and Chargeurs
Leaving Las Vegas October 27, 1995
GoldenEye November 17, 1995
Wild Bill December 1, 1995
Richard III December 29, 1995
The Birdcage March 8, 1996
It's My Party March 22, 1996 distributor
A Family Thing March 29, 1996
Larger Than Life November 1, 1996
Mad Dog Time November 8, 1996 Also known as Trigger Happy; distributor
Touch February 14, 1997
Hoodlum August 27, 1997 distributor
Tomorrow Never Dies December 19, 1997
Hurricane Streets February 13, 1998 distributor
The Man in the Iron Mask March 13, 1998
Ronin September 25, 1998
Just the Ticket February 26, 1999
The Rage: Carrie 2 March 12, 1999
The World Is Not Enough November 19, 1999 co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, copyright holder
Miss Julie December 10, 1999 distributor

2000sEdit

2010sEdit

UpcomingEdit

  • Bond 24[1] (2015, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures, copyright holder)

United Artists Classics releasesEdit

NotesEdit

See alsoEdit


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